Hanseatic Nature accidents and incidents
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- delayed ship delivery (2 canceled cruises in April 2019)
|29 March 2019||Other Incidents|
Ship's christening ceremony was initially scheduled for April 12, 2019, to be held in Hamburg (Germany). The inaugural cruise was scheduled for April 13. The sistership Hanseatic Inspiration was scheduled for launch in October 2019. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises opened bookings for both new cruise ships (Nature and Inspiration) on January 23, 2018.
However, on March 29, 2019, Hapag-Lloyd issued a statement about the cancellation of the first two Hanseatic Nature cruises due to delayed delivery. The maiden voyage was re-scheduled for May 5 (leaving from Hamburg). Customers booked on the affected cruises received full refund plus 50% future Hapag-Lloyd cruise voucher (valid fleetwide through September 2021). Travel agents received their commissions for all canceled bookings.
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